Cannabis worth €900,000 seized after gardaí find 'significant' grow house in Co Clare

Cannabis worth €900,000 seized after gardaí find 'significant' grow house in Co Clare
The grow house in Killaloe. Photo: An Garda Síochána

A woman has been arrested after a "significant" cannabis grow house was discovered by gardaí in Co Clare.

The drugs, which are at all stages of production including nursery, mature and dried plants, are estimated to have a street value of €900,000.

The find was made at premises at Tinarana in Killaloe today as part of an intelligence-led operation by the Clare Divisional Drugs Unit, supported by local gardaí, the Western Region Armed Support Unit and the Cork Garda Dog Unit.

Tinarana House, Killaloe. Picture: Liam Burke
Tinarana House, Killaloe. Picture: Liam Burke

A woman in her 20s, who is a non-Irish national, was arrested at the scene. She is currently detained at Ennis Garda Station under section 4 Criminal Justice Act, 1984.

Gardaí say the search and investigations remain ongoing.

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